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Timber Frame Barn Remodel #8: Seeing the difference

07-17-2018 03:47 PM by PoohBaah | 6 comments »

This last weekend I was able to put a solid 4 hours into the project and it is kind of nice to be able to actually see a noticeable difference. I removed the entire lover level of siding on the back side of the barn. I started slow trying to salvage what I could and damn is that frustrating. I have no idea how those guys on TV make it look so easy. I am trying to salvage enough of the good siding from the exterior to line my wood shop with then all is said and done. Yet it is a monumental tas...

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Spalted California Coastal Live Oak Coffe Table

07-17-2018 06:09 AM by highlander33 | 0 comments »

This massive slab is 50” x 32” at it’s widest points , the first picture is after I started sanding and though I’d snap a picture before I was too far along. The second picture is after the first 2 pours of epoxy , that still is , in my eyes so beautiful the way the epoxy brings out the wild natural colors , and grain of this Live Oak

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Chest of Pine Drawers #9: Face frame, and a back

07-17-2018 04:43 AM by bandit571 | 2 comments »

Trying to get caught up….from a “Lost Weekend” and a VERY BAD Monday…..somehow managed to get a back installed… The way the case was…26” wide..vs..24” wide panel…..laid the panel sideways ( 48” wide?) and cut one panel to fit. Will get the other section in a moment….you will notice I have the face frame installed. Just 6 sticks of pine.. Glued and screwed in place. I used counter-bored holes, and will fill them wit...

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Shop stuff #130: Work on the shop finished.

07-16-2018 08:15 PM by JimDaddyO | 3 comments »

Picking up where we left off last time. I build a torsion top to replace the old table and make some improvements to the function of the mitre saw. It also gives me a place for some future drawers. Then I get everything put back in place and the shop functional again. View on YouTube

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Creating a Workshop #1: Creating a "shop" -- making it up as I go

07-16-2018 01:54 PM by PCDub | 0 comments »

I have a table saw and drill press which are both inside the house next door (to which I have access, l.o.o.o.n.g story…), I have a lathe (acquired in Dec.) in my basement (along with all hand tools), and my bandsaw (acquired in May) is in my garage. (I also have a DeWalt 735 planer but it is not yet set up anywhere.) I had originally thought that I would set up an integrated shop in the basement, and perhaps install a bulkhead door to make it easier to transport stock and finished work...

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Princess Daybed for Daughter #6: Getting groovy; cutting out panels; some shaping; and a catastrophe

07-16-2018 02:16 AM by JohnMcClure | 1 comment »

First thing: cleaned up and fitted the tenons on the curved rails. Test-fit the frame: Now it’s time to put panels in those frames. Cutting grooves into the curved rails was a problem I’ve been thinking about since early in the design. I had thought about using a trim router on a purpose-made baseplate to ride the curves, but fortunately I had a rabetting bit that I could use as a slot cutter. Bearing guided – made this very easy on both the straight and curved rails.I di...

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Grandsons in the workshop:: Continued.. #4: Grandsons in the Shop...Box Project

07-16-2018 12:24 AM by oldguy2 | 4 comments »

We have a Project. The boy wants to make a Bank box. With a hasp for his lock. Not a bad idea for an 8 year old. So what were the lessons of today. 1. choosing the boards. some 1/2 inch hardwood I had. 2. drawing on paper his idea of a rectangle , actually pretty good. 3. we planned a width from one board and he had to trace the width against the other 3 to get what I would rip the boards to size. 4. we sized the 2 short ends and I cut those. Then with the longer boards. we eyed a le...

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Not a bleeding DOMINO!

07-15-2018 11:45 PM by LittleBlackDuck | 9 comments »

Boys and Girls, in general (and MY friiend), To all my sceptic friends (both of you…, [-1]), I finally bought a case of Domino tenons… (they all know I have been avoiding the Festool Domino “biscuit joiner” for well over 10+ years), This was on special ($307 reduced to $149 [offer current only at time of posting]) so I couldn’t avoid the bargain… I can now use my laser to engrave some dots on the loose tenons and make REAL DOMINO game pieces. OK. I might have to surrender ...

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Getting my tools ready #31: My take on a Thein Chip Collector

07-15-2018 07:29 PM by DocSavage45 | 11 comments »

Hey LJ’s Check out my new chip collector My first embedded video! View on YouTube Your comments and thoughts about doing it better would be helpful. Not sure where this will go. LOL!

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Finally Retired and Moved

07-15-2018 06:16 PM by Richard | 4 comments »

Well I finally decided it was time to Retire , So I have moved to Oceanside in Southern Ca. near San Diego and am living at my Daughters house in a section of the garage that I converted to living space (All Legal with the City) . So I am now being a Full Time Dad and Grandfather rather than once or twice a year visits and I love it.Have been doing a lot of little DIY fixit projects around the house as well as converting half the garage to live in. Still need to do the new bathroom but a l...

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